ChatterBank2 mins ago
Our cat will be 18 later in the year and although he seems to be perfectly healthy in himself i.e. still eating using his tray and playng from time to time and rushing around like a kitten sometimes. His has become very vocal and walks around yowling quite a lot. We have really no idea what the problem is and can't get to a vet at the moment. He doesn't appear to be in pain just seems to want the sound of his own voice. As suddenly as it starts it stops and he wonders off and goes to sleep. Any ideas, has anyone come across this before and what can we do. He does stop if you pick him up but can't do that every time.
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Well I suppose if he was born deaf, to him that would be natural, but what a shame. Oh yes pets can fake things, we had a dog once, many years ago and if he wanted sympathy or a fuss making, he'd limp and we knew there was absolutely nothing wrong with him, Mum and Dad took care of him very well! Little monkey he was.